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Kotlarov
02-10-2003, 08:45 PM
Peter Kotlarov wrote:

This is an EMV Problem. Contact an EMV Expert.
With kind regards
Peter Kotlarov

Gregory S. Sawicki UM schrieb:
> We have electromagnetic interference in our laboratory coming from a
> transformer room next door. This interference is giving us trouble with EMG
> collection.
>
> 1. Is there a device that measures E-M noise levels similar to a Geiger
> Counter for radiation? We want to pinpoint areas in our lab that
> are "noisiest" and confirm our suspicions.
>
> 2. I have read the archived postings about Faraday Cages to eliminate E-M
> interference; it seems like this could be an option for us. Is it feasible to
> cage in the transformer room to prevent E-M interference from escaping to our
> lab and other nearby labs?
>
> 3. If it is feasible would you recommend 1. a do it yourself strategy 2.
> hiring a university electrician 3. or hiring someone with expertise in the
> area
> (if there are such experts)? i.e. How much experience/expertise is required to
> built a sufficient cage?
>
> 4. How much would a Faraday Cage cost? The transformer room is 10x10x9.
>
> As always replies will be posted.
>
> Thanks.
> --
> Gregory S. Sawicki, M.S. MechE
> Human Neuromechanics Lab
> Dept. of Movement Science
> Division of Kinesiology
> 401 Washtenaw Avenue
> Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2214
>
> ph: 734-615-1711
> e-mail: gsawicki@umich.edu
>
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